The City of Orlando participates in E-Verify
. For more information, including about your rights, select the E-Verify
link on the toolbar above.
City of Orlando accepts applications for current job openings only (see below). To be notified of future openings click Interest Cards
and select your target positions.
First time users
must register to use our system. You may accomplish this by selecting 'Login' and then 'Register to Apply Online' to submit on current job openings or interest cards.
In order to register, you will need to have a valid email address to receive your login information to access our system. Free email accounts can be acquired from many sites, including yahoo.com and hotmail.com.
please 'Login' to access your Employment Profile. If you encounter difficulty, retrieve your password to access your account. Do not create duplicate profiles.
Tests are administered only when positions are advertised that require the test. Tests are administered at City Hall, Human Resources Division, 1st floor, 400 South Orange Avenue, Orlando. All tests must be completed by 4:30 p.m. and accomplished by the job closing date. NO appointments are necessary.
Applicants are allowed two opportunities to pass the typing test within a posting period or any given 30 days. An applicant will be given only one typing test per day. Scores are valid for one year.
Persons requiring accommodations for testing should call 407-246-2235.
is given according to Florida Law. Submit your DD214 form and service-connected disability documentation (if applicable) for each position prior to the job closing date for preference consideration. Call 407-246-2235 if you have questions.
Applicants selected for employment
must pass a criminal background check and a medical exam which includes a drug screen. In addition, final applicants for certain positions will be required to pass a polygraph.
City of Orlando is an equal opportunity employer
and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, or disability.
The City of Orlando has established a Drug-Free Workplace
Program in accordance with City Policy 808.4 and Florida Statute 440.12